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Fig. 32.—Wide Mouthed Specimen Jars with Cover; § 813. § 318. Wide Mouthed Jars with Covers—(Fig. 33).—These are made on the generalpattern of the Millville fruit jar, but are of clear glass, and have mouths nearly aswide as the jars ; the cover has a ring from which specimens may be suspended. Messrs.Whitall, Tatum & Co., in addition to what is said in their catalogue (A, 2600), will send aprice list of 13 sizes, ranging from 4x3 in. to 23 x 9. The following special lengths ofstandard widths have been made by the same firm at the following prices for each jar:18 X 3 in., $1.15 ; 23 x 4, $2.05 ; 32 x 4, $3.30 ; these tall jars are provided with a foot. These jars are of course less handsome than the glass stoppered kind, but their strengthand cheapness well adapt them for museum and laboratory use. 128 ANATOMICAL TECHNOLOGY. § 314. Glass Stoppered Jars.—These are made to order by any extensive glass manu-factory. Tlie Dorflinger Glass Company, White Mills, Wayne Co., Pa
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